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Check out the winning photos from the Redlands Photo and Film Comp for 2016
Keep the kids entertained over the summer break with our wide range of activities on offer!
Connect with nature as you draw, write and create your own journal.
Stay safe from swooping magpies!
Keep your eye out and slow down in your car as koala breeding season is August to December.
Take some time out to watch these majestic animals play on their way to warmer waters!
Water refill stations for hire, book a community talk or start a community garden
Redlands Photo and Film Comp
School holiday activities
Nature journaling workshop
Magpie safety tips
Koala breeding season
Learn more about the bushcare groups in your suburb
Habitat protectionOur programs offer advice and support to landholders
What's OnEnvironment-related events in the Redlands
Help celebrate World Environment Day at this free fun day for the whole family!
Air-conditioned facilities in tranquil bush settings
Listen to mother nature
How to get to IndigiScapes Centre and opening hours
Join a group tour, from five to 50 people
Unique range of local products
Open daily 10am-4pm
Walking tracks available around IndigiScapes
Register for Indigi News and view past newsletters
Opening hours and menu
Book one of our gardens for an outdoor wedding
Learn about the native animals of the Redlands
Discover more about pest animals in the Redlands
Volunteer your time to rescue and assist injured and orphaned wildlife
Cat and dog registration and information for pet owners
Find out how you can help our local wildlife species
Learn about the species and habitats of the Redlands
Help protect our mangroves
Council can help you manage trees on your property
Discover our nursery's monthly feature plants, past and present
Highlighting some of Redland's threatened plant species
Learn all about weeds
Activities for students and teachers
Learn all about Bushcare
We provide lots of support programs for gardeners, schools and landowners
Activities for kids of all ages
Free Resources to help Redland community members
Help submit sightings of flora and fauna found in Redland City
Environment club for 8-12 year olds
Come and do your research with us
Thank you to everyone who entered the annual competition.
Provides native plants for local gardens
Learn how pests can be good for your garden
Composting, worm farming and Bokashi
The Redlands is home to a variety of bird species
Displays local plants that provide butterflies with food
Plants from sand dunes and mangrove mud flats
Native plants can look wonderful when planted in formal gardens
Wide diversity of plants to choose from
Grown naturally in Scribbly Gum forests
Maze made from native plants
Full of ferns, frogs, fish, flowers and abundant life
Local plants have medicinal or culinary uses
17 Runnymede Road
Capalaba QLD 4157